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The practice of neurology New Jersey will involve a specialist who deals with disorders that affect the human nervous system. Such a specialist will deal with the treatment and diagnosis of any disease that affects the nervous systems, and the associated muscles, blood vessels and other coverings. Qualifications Needed for a Neurologist NJ To specialize … Read more

Defining Preventative Medicine Preventative medicine New Jersey uses methods to prevent disease and health conditions before they occur rather than focusing on a cure for already existing conditions. There are four categories that preventative medicine can be placed in. These areas are referred to as primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary. A team of doctors, nurses, … Read more

Defining Sports Medicine Physicians that focus on sports medicine treat patients who have injuries that are sport or exercise related. Sports medicine New Jersey specialists will diagnosis, treat, and focus on the prevention of sport or exercise related injuries. There are several levels of expertise when it comes to sport medicine professionals. An individual can … Read more

For elective surgeries, patients can schedule the day of their surgery in the hospital they want. Patients can choose the doctor that operates on them but sometimes they can also specify an anesthesiology New Jersey specialist to work with their operating surgeon. Here is how to go about it- Step no 1 – Ask you … Read more

Think about it, an OB-GYN deals with the most intimate part of the female body. They evaluate female vaginal health, reproductive health and the health of a developing fetus inside the pregnant uterus. For most women, that means baring themselves on an uncomfortable white bed with the feet elevated so that a total stranger can … Read more

Heart disease is a common cause of death in the United States. Heart disease is the medical term for the blocking of the arteries leading to the heart. Over time, the arteries of the heart can become clogged up with fat. This is known as atherosclerosis. When the arteries become clogged up in this way, … Read more

A cardiology study published in December 2011 in the journal, PLoS One, has shown that drugs which lower cholesterol also help to break down plaque in the arteries. The study was conducted by New York University Langone Medical Center and funded by the National Institutes of Health, Astra Zeneca, and Pfizer. Participants in a prior … Read more

A cardiology study conducted at the University of Louisville in Kentucky has found that patients with heart failure could be successfully treated with their own stem cells. The study results were published in the journal, The Lancet, and presented at the American Heart Association meeting in Orlando, Florida this fall. Twenty-three cardiology patients took part … Read more

In a study published in November 2011 in the Archives of Neurology, researchers detected brain changes in patients who were treated with chemotherapy as a result of breast cancer. The brain changes were discovered during magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). For years, patients have complained that they have experienced deficits in thinking after chemotherapy, but many … Read more

Led by an anesthesiologist at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a recent study has shown that cardiac surgery patients have fewer postoperative complications if they take aspirin in the five days leading up to the procedure. The study will be published in the journal, Annals of Surgery. The anesthesiology and cardiac researchers, which included … Read more